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Colorectal Polyps In Sudanese Patients( A Clinico-Pathological Study )

Colorectal Polyps In Sudanese Patients( A Clinico-Pathological Study )

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Title: Colorectal Polyps In Sudanese Patients( A Clinico-Pathological Study )
Author: A. Adam, ELsadig.
Abstract: Background: Polyps are common diseases affecting the large bowel with high morbidity both in developed and developing countries. Design: This study is cross-sectional archival one. Setting: The study was conducted on 160 of Sudanese patients with colorectal polyps during the period from January 2006 to December 2009, at Soba University Hospital, in Sudan. One hundred and twelve (70%) were males, compared with 48(30%) females. Objectives: The study had the objectives to review the histopathological patterns of the colorectal polyps, to determine their anatomical locations, and to show the degree of dysplasia within the adenomatous polyps. Methods: Data were collected from patients request forms into predesigned questionnaire with detailed personal, clinical and pathological data. The slides were collected and reviewed by investigator and supervisor. The data were analyzed electronically using computer program , SPSS. Please purchase PDFcamp Printer on http://www.verypdf.com/ to remove this watermark. VI Results: Sudanese patients share many pathological and epidemiological features of the other countries for colorectal polyps: these include the tendency of the polyps to be located in the distal colon regardless of their histological types. Histological type is age related (P value = 0.000), (hamartomatous common in children, adenomatous, inflammatory and hyperplastic polyps are common in adults). The degree of the dysplasia within adenomatous polyps is related to their size (P value = 0.014), (severe degree of dysplasia within large polyps, mild degree in small polyps). Conclusion: The results of the study go well with the findings in the world literature, but we have a lot of missed data regarding history. We recommended that more studies to be carried out for more evaluation of the clinicopathological characteristics of colorectal polyps.
Description: 96 Pages
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/9015
Date: 2015-04-15


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